Hello everyone – as of 12/5/17, ICD-9 codes have been removed from the diagnosis display in the patient Summary, encounter note, and superbill. Additionally, ICD-9 codes are hidden when viewing individual diagnosis details, though you can always expand the details to view mapped codes if needed. While you are still able to search by ICD-9 code, search results will return only the diagnosis description and ICD-10 code.
Please note that this request is considered partially resolved as ICD-9 codes will continue to transfer over from the superbill to integrated billing systems for the time being.
Add an "off" button or something that can remove the ICD9 coded until they are removed permanently. The bills are being kicked back.
This warning feature was added to the PF EHR in Q4 2015.
For more information about this feature, please read the article here: http://knowledgebase.practicefusion.com/knowledgebase/articles/486118
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This is a problem in our office as well. Please updated this asap.
Thanks Becky—that’s the information we needed. We would like to hear if bulk superbill printing would be valuable to other users as well.
Yes, this would be beneficial to my office as well.
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Our office would like a general alert or "pop up" when you open a patients chart that would allow free typing.
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